Abridged List of Figures
How Film Works 
1 The Color Wheel. 
2 Simple color film. 
3. Uncorrected color neg film
4. Density of available dyes
5. Negative color corrected 
6. DI(A)R Effect. 
7. Color reversal film.
8. Color reversal film
9. B&W films, raw stock.
10. Kodachrome Films raw
11. Ektachrome Films: raw 
12. Color negative films: raw
13. Pro color negative films.
14. Samples of films
15. X-ray Films (2016).
16. Kodak T-Max 400 Film, 
17. T-Max 400 Film, 10,000x
18. Tri-X Film, cross section
19. Ultra Max 400 Film cross 
20. Vision3 500T Film, cross
21. CNF cross section
22. CNF cross, developed
23. Vision3 500T Film, cross
24. Max 400 Film emulsion 
25. Vision3 500T Film, 
26. Max 400 Film, back side
27. Vision3 500T Film, back 
28. Cross of Color Print Film 
29. Color Print from a 1994 
30. Color Print Patent 
31. MTF curve.
Commercialization 
32. KMCP Process 1994.
PORTRA
33. Portra Films.
34. Portra Films: technology. 
35. Color of Portra Films
36. Portra Film CIE L*a*b*
37. Prints from Portra Prints 
38. Printing consistency
39. Image structure of Portra 
40. Portra Film processing
41. Portra scratch resistant.
42. Portra Film sensitometry 
43. Portra Film packaging.
44. Pro Film Wall Chart 1
45. Pro Film Wall Chart 2
46. 2002 Portra Film Family
47. Antenna dyes.
48. Portra fast cyan emulsion 
49. Portra fast magenta
50. Characteristics of Portra
Making Film
51. “Bright” hallway area
52. Film-safe display 
53. Darkroom LED ceiling 
54. Green LED safelight
55. infra-red image intensifier
56. Salt mine elevator
57. Control film storage
58. Freezer in salt mine.
59. Film manufacturing.
60. Materials color film.
61. Building 38 Features
62. Building 38, in 2009
Film Base History  
63. Photographic bases
64. American Film,1884
65. American Film 1884
66. Camera/Film, 1889.
67. Film for 1888 Camera.
68. American Film image.
69. Transparent Film (1889)
70. Eastman-Walker Holder
71. Transparent Film 1898
72. Blair &W Apparatus
73. End of cellulose nitrate
74. Acetate casting
75. Thread-up acetate casting 
76. Cotton linter 
Acetate 
77. CTA pellets
78. CTA Dope Tank.
79. Casting wheel 1930
80. Base casting wheel
81. CTA Casting Station
82. CTA Coating Slot
83. CTA Process Control 
84. Roller in pan coater
85. CTA Optical Scanner
86. CTA Winder
87. Solvent Safety System.
88. Building 53, Kodak Park
89. Base roll conveyer.
90. 401 Belt Machine
91. 401 Machine Dryer 
PET / ESTAR
92. PET Process
93. PET pellets.98
94. Estar Base Machine
95. PET Control Room
96. Estar Base Machine.
97. Utilities for B317
98. Plasticizing extruder.
99. Peeling base off wheel
100. Estar off the wheel
101. Applying PET dope.
102. Estar Base drafting 
103. Estar Base web clips
104. Estar Base Tentering
105. Estar Base post-forming
106. Particle Transfer Roller 
107. Knurling on Estar Base
108. Estar Base knurling 
109. Scanning Estar Base
110. Estar Base Windup
111. Visual inspection 
112. Estar Base Quality 
113. CTA/PET properties
114. Glass and flexible bases
115. Light piping 
116. Color Print Film 2383
117. Color couplers
118. Syn Chem logo
119. Syn Chem building
120. OASIS Team
Emulsion Making 
Gelatin 
121. Gel Manufacturing
122. Gel physical forms
123. Flake gelatin
Silver Halide 
124. Silver ore sample 
125. Silver filament 
126. Silver ingots 
127. Silver ingots.
128. Bullion Reactor 
129. Silver nitrate crystals 
130. Silver nitrate pellets
131. Silver nitrate
132. Silver Nitrate Tote
133. Dry salt hoppers
134. Potassium bromide
135. High Volume Make
136. HVMD Dispensing 
137. Coriolis Flowmeter
Dispersions
138. Direct Dispersion 
139. Direct Dispersion Mix
140. Dairy homogenizer
141. Direct Dispersion Mixer
142. Evaporated Dispersion
143. Solvents
144. Nitrogen kettles
145. Oil-phase Kettle
146. Finished dispersion
147. Chunked dispersion
Emulsions
148. Emulsion kettles. 
149. Vessel 1908.
150. 1915 Emulsion kettles
151. Plate formula 1909
152. 1909 formula.
153. Equipment 1909
154. Emulsion cutting knife
155. Position 604 
156 Precipitation Flutes
157. Crystal shapes
158. P-231 Making Layout
159. PEPA Mixer
160. Two PEPAs
161. Making position
162. Making vessel
163. Making vessel
164. Making Jars
165. Jewel Sticks 
166. Addenda Jars.
167. Ultra-filtration columns.
168. Finishing Kettle
169. Finishing Kettle.
170. Finishing kegs.
171. Small Quantity Addenda
172. Finishing Chill
173. Lemur–Prep . Area
174. Lemur Addition Area
175. Lemur Dump Table
176. Lemur Chill Machine
177. FAM and Batch Melt
178. Container label.
179. Prepared materials
180. Bar code check
181. Robotic mixing.
182. Robotic preparation
183. Robot for melts.
184. Belt chiller.
185. Material handling
186. Rolling Ball Test 

Coating
187. Coating Plates.1880
188. Plate Coating Machine
189. Glass plates racks
190. Cleaning Air Knife
191. Plate Kettle.
192. Transport cans
193. Plate Kettle Mixer
194. Plate Coater Blanket
195. Cascade Coater
196. Film coating room 1889. 
197. Film Coater, 1890
198. Walker-Eastman Dryer 
199. Roller-in-trough coater
200. Slot coating 
201. A slot/extrusion coater. 
202. Single slide coater
203. Multilayer Slide Hopper
204. 2A Room 1960
205. Waterfall curtain coater
206. Multilayer coating 
207. Four-slot curtain
208. Multi-layer curtain coater
209. Building 29, 1905-1988.
210. 1A Room Coater
211. 2A Room Thread-Up
212. 4 Room w/Loop Dryer
213. Drive Chain Link
214. 12W Room Dryer 
215. Floating Loop Dryer
216. Melt delivery workflow
217. Continuous Liquefier
218. Delivery System Box
219. Building 38 Delivery 
220. Pipe to silver recovery
221. Film Coating Model
223. Turning bar
224. Building 38 diagram 
225. Thread-up Building 38
226. In-Line-Incubation 
227. Drawing B38 2 coaters
228. Coating Max 800 Film
229. Coating of the top layer
230. 10-slot Curtain Coater
231. B38 Curtain Coater #2
232. Coated coverage of films
233. Coating Control Room
234. Coaters’ control room 
235. Infra-red video view
236. Main Control Room.
237. The overhead chill box
238. 40°F Chill Box
239. Film in the Chill Box
240. B38 Flatbed Dryer
241. 60-inch dryer fins
242. B38 Vertical Dryer
243. B38 Drying Temp
244. Film scanner map.
245. B38 wind-up
246. Guided Robot
247. Film caskets
248. Casket handling
249. Master roll orientation
250. B38 1st coating
251. Coating Status Light
252. Coating Schedule
Film Finishing 
253. Kodak's logotype
254. Kodak for yellow limits
255. Film carton panels
256. Film caskets
257. Sensitized wide roll film
258. 828-size & aerial spool
259. Size of still images
260. roll film sizes 1930
261. backing paper numbers
262. 120 and 620 spools
263. Autographic Film carton
264. Autographic Film
265. 120/220-size film
266. Roll film slitter
267. 120 Film Spooler
268. close-up of spooling 
269. Edgeprint printer
270. Backing paper spooling
271. Spooler status display
272. 120-size spooling.
273. Barrier wrap materials
274. Tin Tropical Pack 
275. 120 Workflow
276. 126-Film Size. 
277. 110-size 
278. Kodak Disc Film 
279. Kodak Disc Film
280. APS Film Cartridge
281. Processed APS 
282. 135-size magazine.
283. Castellated spool 
284. 135-size first forms
285. 135-size forming
286. 135-size Spooler
287. 135 Assembler
288. 135 Finishing Workflow
289. 70mm Film Magazines
290. Long Roll Spooler
291. Aerial Film Spooler
292. First LED Edgeprint 
293. 4 x5 inch Sheet Film.
294. Variable Width Slitter 
295. Rotary slitting knife
296. 4x5 Automatic Chopper
297. 4x5 Automatic Chopper
298. All-other-sizes Chopper
299. Sheet Film Notcher
300. Sheet Film Notcher
301. Readyload Packet
302. Kodak Film Pack
303. MP Film Perforations
304. MP Perforation Pitch

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305. MP Film Workflow
306. MP Film Slitter
307. 38 35 mm wide slits 
308. MP Slitter Knives
309. Slitting 35 mm MP Film
310. Conventional Perforator
311. Conventional Punch
312. Perforator Pawls
313. T-perforator
314. T-perforator Station.
315. T-perforator’s “heart”
316. T-perforator punch
317. T-perforating monitor
318. 750 billion perforations
319. MP Film, 400 feet
320. MP Film can label
321. Pedigree of a roll
322. Pallets of print film
323. MP print film label
324. 16 mm slitter winder
325. 16 mm Perforator.
326. 16 mm Perf Punch
327. Super 8 Cartridges
328. Super 8 Workflow.
229. Super 8 spooling
330. Super 8 Assembly Unit
331. Quality Department
332. Magnified images
333. Inspection station.
334. Film manufacturing
335. Manufacturing cartoon
Quality 
336. Kodak quality slogan, 
337. Plastic chop boxes
338. D Log E Curve 
339. Sensitometer
340. Sensitometric strips
341. Plotting densitometer
342. 50°K Lux chamber
343. Temp and RH chamber.
344. Physical Appraisal 
345. Layer inspection
346. Wet Abrasion Test.
347. Mushiness Test.
348. Electrical Test.
349. Curl Test 
350. Flesh tones and colors
351. Manufacturing yield
Worldwide Manufacturing
352. Australia: advertisement
353. Film coating sites
354. Film finishing sites.
355. Kodak Park 1894
356. Kodak Park 1904
357. KP kite photograph
358. Kodak Park 1954. 
359. Building 38 on map
360. Kodak Park in 1997
361. Kodak Park East (KPE) 
362. Views of EBP.
363. Steam pipes
364. Steam co-generation
365. Electrical generation
366. Chilled water
367. “Teapot” Engine 1919.
368. Switching engine, 2007
369. Coal was railroad traffic
370. Process water source
371. Drinking water
372. Kodak sign
373. Waste water treatment 
374. Genesee River
375. High purity water
376. Fire trucks, 2015
377. Colorado Division
378. Harrow, England
379. Annesley, England
380. Kodak-Pathé France.
381. Kodak Haicang Xiamen.
382. Coburg, Australia
383. Goa, India
384. Guma Plant, Japan
Film Products 
385. Film code numbering
386. Film - Codes, 1988
387. Kodacolor Film 1943
388. Kodacolor Film, 1946
389. 1 Billion Rolls!
390. NC Film advertisement
391. Kodoid Plate ad
392. Early Kodachrome Film 
393. Kodachrome Film 1936
394. Kodachrome Film layers
395. Kodachrome (1974)
396. Process K-14 Process
397. Ektachrome Film 2002
398. Spectroscopic Materials
399. Spectroscopic Films.
400. Keyhole Satellites.
401. Cotsworthian Calendar. 
402. Mr. Eastman’s Grave